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House Democrats prepare for vote condemning Trump's attacks on progressive freshman women. Also on our Tuesday rundown: Immigrants’ rights groups slam asylum rules that take effect today. Plus, summer meals aim to prevent kids' academic slide.

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Public News Service - CO: Teen Pregnancy Prevention

DENVER - More children in Colorado are facing poverty. According to the KIDS COUNT Data Book released today, the number of children in the state who live in high-poverty areas quintupled over the last 10 years. The report, which comes from the Annie E. Casey Foundation, says the problem of poverty a

Denver - They say it's a smart plan that puts the basic health of Colorado women and families back where it should be. Public health and family planning groups in the state have pored over President Obama's proposed budget, and give it a thumbs up for major funding increases for sex education, basic

Denver, CO - It's about prevention, not politics. That's the message Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains and other members of a coalition called "Protect Families, Protect Choices" will be bringing to the Capitol in Denver today. Lawmakers there are taking up a bill called the "Birth Control P

Denver, CO – It's an equation that seems out of balance. The cost of childcare for working parents in Colorado is rising - while, at the same time, younger students are falling behind in school and early education levels are far below average. A new report from the Children's Defense Fund con

Denver, CO - They say the "Personhood Amendment" goes too far and could be dangerous for women and families in Colorado, so the "No on 48" campaign is holding a rally against it today in Denver. The campaign is being carried on by a coalition of groups that oppose the ballot measure called the "Pers

Denver, CO - Almost three months early and not a dollar short. The new home for Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains opened ahead of schedule and on budget, despite highly targeted and controversial picketing of building contractors' homes. PPRM's Leslie Durgin thinks the effort failed becaus

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